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Lieutenant Colonel Berry Joins the Eagle Battalion

Lieutenant Colonel Berry Joins the Eagle Battalion

Ciara Hendricks, ENN staff

October 4, 2018


Filed under LRHS News, Showcase

 Retired Lieutenant Colonel Aricai Berry, is back in service. Berry, JROTC's newest Senior Army Instructor, served 22 years in the military, but is now ready for a service of a different kind. Although this might be her first year in a classroom, teaching wasn't her biggest fear.  "I was worried...

Gaming: Addiction or Attraction?

Gaming: Addiction or Attraction?

Ethan Vu, ENN Staff

September 27, 2018


Filed under Highlight, LRHS News, News

A tiny screen lights up as soon as the power button is pressed. Then, the typing begins. Technology has become the thing of the century and it’s consuming everything around us such as family time and social life. Some people like having conversations in person while others prefer texting. The attr...

Affirmative Action: Acceptance by Race or Merits?

Affirmative Action: Acceptance by Race or Merits?

Osaivbie Uhunmwuangho, ENN Staff

September 27, 2018


Filed under Beyond The Nest, News, Showcase

In recent years, racism and discrimination have been a major topic in society. But what happens when a form of what some believe is discrimination only benefits a certain group of people? Affirmative action is a policy in some states in the United States that favors minority groups who are at a perceived...

Stefán Karl Stefánsson, Actor in Children’s TV Show LazyTown, Dies at 43+

Stefán Karl Stefánsson, Actor in Children’s TV Show LazyTown, Dies at 43+

Connor Thompson, ENN Staff

September 21, 2018


Filed under Beyond The Nest

On October 3rd, 2014, an obscure episode of the Icelandic children's show "Lazy Town" aired, where the enigmatic super villain "Robbie Rotten" and his 3 clones attempted to capture the hero of the television series: "Sportacus." Unbeknownst to the Nickelodeon TV Show, 2 years later, the song in the episode...

Eagle Pride on the Rise

Eagle Pride on the Rise

September 21, 2018


Filed under LRHS News, Showcase

We have spirit, yes we do. We have spirit, how ‘bout you? From football games and pep rallies to team clap outs and school spirit dress up days, Lake Ridge definitely has some pep in their step. A new school year brings new students and a different level of school pride. With an unprecedented large...

‘Making Space’ for more Creativity

‘Making Space’ for more Creativity

Ethan Vu, ENN Staff

September 19, 2018


Filed under Highlight, LRHS News

The library is a great place for students to wind down and get away from all their academic stress. It allows students to take a break, read a book, or catch up on their homework. However, the new addition to the library will allow students the ability to do a bit more and express their creative side...

Teaching 9/11

Teaching 9/11

Sydney Ferguson, ENN Co-Editor

September 11, 2018


Filed under Beyond The Nest

17 years ago today, four planes were hijacked by terrorists. One was flown into the Pentagon, one crash landed in an empty field, and two were flown into New York’s World Trade Center, killing thousands. In the years since, memorials have been put in place, one World Trade Center rebuilt, and the terrorist...

Drills and Safety

Drills and Safety

Jaime Zuniga, ENN Staff

September 5, 2018


Filed under LRHS News, Showcase

Good ol’ fire drills. At this point, students are used to them. The loud alarms sound off and if you're lucky enough, you get to skip out on a couple minutes of class. Last Tuesday's drill however lasted a little bit longer than a couple of minutes. Of course, fire drills are nothing new to Lake...

New Year New Dress Code

New Year New Dress Code

Jaime Zuniga, ENN Staff

August 24, 2018


Filed under News

The days of dodging AP's may soon be over as students are greeted with a new, some say more chill dress code for the school year. Along with blankets, sunglasses (unless provided by the nurse) hoodies, du-rags, and visors are prohibited.  Students are also only allowed to have one visible face piercing...

Awareness for Homelessness

Awareness for Homelessness

Ella Gwartney, ENN Staff

May 22, 2018


Filed under Beyond The Nest, Showcase

Mansfield, Texas and the surrounding cities are a lower to upper middle class, privileged area to live in. A lot of the time, we forget that there are people in our own communities who do not live as well as others. However no matter where in the world a person lives, it is not easy to be young and low ...

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